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Book: Cruxim (Gothic Guardians) by Karin Cox
*The Amazon Number One Bestseller in Dark Fantasy, Gothic Romance and Vampire Romance * All three books in the DARK GUARDIANS FANTASY SERIES are now available. Book I: Cruxim (You are Never Alone) Book II: Creche (Know Thyself) Creed III: Creed (All Things Know Where they Belong) A MYSTERIOUS, MYTHOLOGICAL PAST - Amedeo is Cruxim, an enigmatic, immortal fallen angel who knows little about his [...]
 
Book: Inspired by Paris - Why Borrowing from the French Is Better Than Being French by Jordan Phillips
Part travel narrative and part lifestyle guide, Inspired by Paris: Why Borrowing from the French Is Better Than Being French is a must-read for anyone who's ever dreamed about traveling to or living in France. Author Jordan Phillips is a bona fide Francophile. Just show her a wedge of oozy French cheese or a slightly dilapidated Mansard roof, and she'll swoon every time. Before moving to New [...]
 
Book: I Found My Tomorrow in Paris - One Woman's Journey to a New Life by Marilyn Giorgetti
Her life in chaos after the termination of a 30 year marriage, this adventurous woman chucks it all and escapes to France to find some meaning to the second half of her life. Not knowing a soul or the language, and step by divinely-led (sometimes comical, but always-challenging) step, she re-shapes her life's course despite a letter from home which threatens to disrupt her journey. Not wanting a [...]
 
Book: Murder Without Pity by Steve Haberman
Paris, France: dark with fog, riots over police killings, and Far Right demagogues. Such is the milieu surrounding dogged state criminal investigator Stanislas Cassel. However, this grandson of a French propagandist for Nazis during their WWII Occupation, ashamed of his family's history, avoids anything political. Instead he buries himself solving small crimes, which he calls his Little Miseries. [...]
 
Book: Beautiful Soon Enough by Margo Berdeshevsky
Winner of FC2's American Book Review/Ronald Sukenick Innovative Fiction Prize Margo Berdeshevsky's Beautiful Soon Enough is a collection of hypnotic stories that capture the lives worldly, sexual, obsessive of twenty-three arresting women.These are snapshots and collages: stories of women on the outside, looking in; of women content to end their affairs; of young women learning the power of [...]
 
Book: Bogie Sees Paris by Arleen Shabel
A photographic journey of Paris as seen through the eyes of a five-pound Maltese dog. Share Paris with Bogie, a dog who really gets around and has something to say about everything he experiences in the City of Lights. For all those who have thought of sharing Paris with their dog, this is a dream come true. Paris puts out a welcome mat for dogs where other cities may banish them. Bogie began [...]
 
Book: The Phantom Lady of Paris by Calvin Davis
The Phantom Lady of Paris? I knew her well. On the other hand as I later discovered I didn't know her at all. The woman did everything wrong. She did nothing wrong. She was a Jezebel, deceptive in every way. I've never known a more honest and straightforward person. During our relationship, she kept me constantly jittery and perturbed. The happiest days of my life were those I shared with the [...]
 
Book: Chasing Paris by Jen Carter
Amy Winthrow is shocked when her grandmother dies--not because Elizabeth Hathaway's death is unexpected but because her existence had always been hidden. Ever-inquisitive and prone to letting her imagination get the best of her, Amy embarks upon a journey with an unlikely friend to unravel the mysteries of the elusive Lizzie Hathaway. As she follows the trail of broken dreams and promises of her [...]
 
Book: Pap Pap Goes to Paris - And So Does Ricky by Janie Dempsey Watts
Seeing a snow globe of the Eiffel Tower, Ricky wants to go to Paris with his grandfather to climb the famous monument. After convincing his parents, he travels to Paris and experiences everything from cobblestones to croissants. He sees the gigantic tower up close, and wonders how he will make it up the almost 700 stairs. With encouragement from his grandfather, Ricky tackles the stairs and [...]
 
Book: A Woman's Way by Sofia Diana Gabel
A Woman's Way is a novel based on the life story of the 19th century French Feminist, Maria Deraismes. Sofia Diana Gabel blends historical fact with fiction as she details Maria Deraismes' struggle against misogynistic men and the French government during the turbulent 1870s in Paris. Maria gets involved with the Paris Commune in 1871 and rallies behind the new socialist government, thinking it [...]
 
Book: Transformed - Paris - A Quirky Queer Spy Novel, #2 by Suzanne Falter
Elektra was just going to Paris to work on her French ... really. Until she meets a British aristocrat with purple hair and a serious grudge against humanity. Former society dominatrix Electra follows her boyfriend, Charley, on a CIA assignment to Paris. Soon she stumbles upon Dickie Borque, a toe-tapping, sinister expat. Immediately, she begins to suspect Dickie is behind the dirty bomb plot [...]
 
Book: The Judgment of Paris (Miranda) by Ariel Setobarko
Retelling the essentials of the story of the Judgment of Paris, in few words and with rich illustrations, in a slightly tongue in cheek tone. The story, a catalyst for the Trojan War, contains the seeds of some of the most important works of Western culture, reaching from Homer to Virgil to Dante and beyond.
 
Book: Paris and Helen (Miranda) by Ariel Setobarko
This is the second book in the Miranda Series of Sycorax Books, intended for very young readers. The story line is a sequel to The Judgment of Paris and describes the events that led up to the Trojan War. The readers are introduced to Paris on his visit to Sparta, the beautiful Helen, her husband, Menelaus, and his brother, Agamemnon. The story is told matter-of-factly, without pathos or undue [...]
 
Book: Die in Paris - The true story of France's most notorious serial killer by Marilyn Z. Tomlins
Marcel Petiot, France's most famous serial killer Marilyn Z. Tomlins has crafted an enthralling and suspenseful page-turner about one of history's most fascinating and notorious serial killers. This grisly World War Two era thriller will have you teetering on a slippery edge from beginning to end. Don Fulsom, veteran UPI and VOA White House correspondent, Washington, D.C. reporter, author of the [...]
 
Book: Baudelaire's Revenge - A Novel by Bob Van Laerhoven
Winner of the Hercule Poirot Prize for Best Crime Novel - Winner of the USA Best Book Award 2014 in the category Fiction: mystery/suspense "A decadent tale. Commissioner Lefevre's philosophical discussions with artists and poets and a creepy Belgian dwarf are fascinating."--Marilyn Stasio, The New York Times Book Review It is 1870, and Paris is in turmoil. As the social and political turbulence [...]
 
Book: Miss Pink by Ingrid Little
LIMITED OFFER - for a short period this work will be available for download at just 0.99 MISS PINK - INGRID LITTLE - Love in Two Cities - The Perfect Holiday Read - Take a Box of Tissues Though ! In this truly modern romantic tale, Ingrid Little has delivered a story that will make you laugh and cry, cheer and sigh, as she chronicles the ups and downs of Miss Pink. Rebecca Pink is a striking 24 [...]
 
Book: The Mona Lisa Speaks by Christopher Angel
Brilliant & confident Robertson Ross, an outdoorsy Canadian computer expert hired to update the Louvre's security system, falls in love with Mathilde, a classic beauty & cultured Parisian art dealer. But, when he discovers that she's deeply in debt to Jacques Renard, a powerful & dangerous lord of the French criminal underground, he has to embark on the risky & thrilling theft of the Mona Lisa to [...]
 
Book: Dennis Bisskit and the Man from Paris with the Very Large Head by Stephen Ainley
1969 - Man is about to set foot upon the moon. Meanwhile, momentous events are also taking place in the West Midlands. Weddings, funerals, hereditary hair loss, M. J. K. Smith's cricket bat, a missing masterpiece; dastardly deeds are taking place, above and below the streets of Birmingham. The police are baffled. This looks like a job for Dudley's finest, Bisskit and Blackshaw - private [...]
 
Book: The Ending Dark by Jen Walker
When Athena Martin decides to study abroad in Paris for a semester she is certain the experience will change her life - she just doesn't imagine how much. The studious redhead steps off the plane ready for an adventure and is quickly entranced by the City of Light. But the city isn't the only thing that has captured her attention. Luc is more than just a handsome History professor and Athena is [...]
 
Book: Man from the Sky by Danny Wynn
"In this short but sweet novella, Wynn spins an enjoyable tale of lost souls colliding in the most unlikely of places." --- Kirkus Reviews Would you risk your life for a stranger? For seventy-three-year-old Jaime, the answer takes him by surprise. Accustomed to a lonely life high up in the mountains on the western coast of Mallorca, his dull routine is suddenly shattered when a man parachutes [...]
 
Book: The Fashionista Murders (The Kate Conway Novels) by William Thompson Ong
Ordered to Paris to cover the fall fashion shows, Investigative Reporter Kate Conway wonders what happened to her career of tracking down stolen art masterpieces while sending CEOs and movie stars to prison until fashionistas start turning up grotesquely murdered and dressed in a strange fabric. Kate interrupts a wildly romantic fling to plunge into the search for the killer both dramas [...]
 
Book: Heaven-sent Warrior by Nancy Lee Badger
Henri Chevalier's last memory, before stumbling naked into a museum's moonlit garden, was Auguste Rodin and his dusty Paris studio in 1886. To escape his broken heart, Henri volunteered to sleep inside a statue until needed. Expecting to die, he discovers he must learn to use the unexpected powers Heaven has given him. Without them he will fail his mission against otherworldly creatures, such as [...]
 
Book: Heirs of Glory by Tim Doutreval
London, 1888. When Calvin Sheridan finds Marie, a childhood friend, brutally murdered in London, he goes on a quest to solve her murder and discover himself. Along the way, he enlists the help of French fencing-master Etienne Lefevre. Together, they explore secret societies, hidden codes, duels, and radicals. Will the lessons from the fencing-room help him to put together the puzzle of Marie's [...]
 
Book: The Red Serpent by Larry Merris
It was Jean Marchaud's dogged persistence that got him into trouble more than any other trait. Persistence turns into obsession when his world is shattered by unspeakable tragedy, his sense of well-being shaken to the core by unexplained events and a force so invasive it has tainted every level of government, business, and religion worldwide. Now a race to stop the bloodletting begins. In bizarre [...]
 
Book: Dancing in the Streets by Steven P. Unger
Now and then, you still can see the tattered remains of a bumper sticker exclaiming: "If you remember the '60s, you weren't there!" But Steven P. Unger is an exception to the rule-he took notes. As a result, his novel Dancing in the Streets is replete with unforgotten and unforgettable images of events and scenes that have long been lost in a smoke-filled haze. From the Merry Pranksters' Wavy [...]
 
Book: Blue Rider by Lily Ennis
When Marie's grandmother dies and leaves a suitcase full of paintings Marie is thrust into a world that pre-dates her grandmother, Margaret. She believes it's possible that Margaret may not have had the same father as her siblings and Marie's search for her true lineage leads her to question the importance of family. Mary Bell returns in a sequel to Scarlet Runner. The aftermath of the Waihi gold [...]
 
Book: Vagrant Prince by Jacob Kilgore
Battles, blood, and psychological collapse! A young boy is nearly burned alive in a church as steel-wielding English troops assault his town. Within these pages is the story of Thomas Ashcroft, who grows up trying to be noble, but cannot shake the trauma he endured. The man responsible for the harm done to him, Admiral Constantyne, feels the wrath strike back in the way of a kidnapped daughter [...]
 
Book: The Church of Tango - a Memoir by Cherie Magnus
The Church of Tango is a passionate memoir of tragedy and adventure, lust and music, romance and tango, and above all, survival. A dancer all her life, she'd had to put it on hold while raising her artistic sons and caring for her dying husband. Now as she set her suitcase down on the ancient cobblestones of a Paris courtyard, she wondered 48 years old, 6,000 miles away from home, knowing no one [...]
 
Book: Floats the Dark Shadow by Yves Fey
Young American painter Theodora Faraday struggles to become an artist in Belle Epoque Paris. She's tasted the champagne of success, illustrating poems for the Revenants, a group of poets led by her adored cousin, Averill. When children she knows vanish mysteriously, Theo confronts Inspecteur Michel Devaux who suspects the Revenants are involved. Theo refuses to believe the killer could be a [...]
 
Book: You Owe Me One by Kathryn Hollingworth
Two young men, living separate lives more than a century apart, are hounded by the same dark entity. Against the backdrops of nineteenth century Louisiana and Paris, through to modern day Florida, they each struggle to save their souls and to find love and happiness. This is a story about the battle between good and evil. "How does it feel to meet your old buddy, head-on near the fires of home?" [...]
 
Book: The Vitamin Queen of Ojai - A novel on aging for every woman (and man) who wants to be 18 again by Joseph T. Buff
When a newspaper reporter splashes before-and-after photos in her Sunday edition of a wrinkling, graying, overweight 52 year-old math and computer science teacher who now looks like a thin, spooky-beautiful teenager, national TV and press crews scurry to Ojai, California, three hours northwest of Los Angeles, to christen a new international celebrity. The reporter concludes that Kelly Smith [...]
 
Book: The Queen's Envoy by David Prosser
After inheriting his Title,Lord David little realised he would also inherit a job. After all, he'd just retired. But this job was as an unofficial envoy to HMG and could he turn it down? He's a fish out of water groping his way from situation to situation with a hint of desparation but with all the aplomb and stiff upper lip he can muster.Will he cope with all that life throws at him and all the [...]
 
Book: Dying Unfinished by Maria Espinosa
Extending the story of the troubled life of Rosa, a character first developed by the author in Longing, this novel describes her difficult relationship with her mother, Eleanor. Rosa's story unfolds as though in a parallel world: dogged by the same obsessions as her mother and resorting to sex and madness as elements of destruction. At the core of their tension is the illicit affair Eleanor has [...]
 
Book: Between Soul and Stone - Poems by Margo Berdeshevsky
A good lady at a recent reading for "Between Soul and Stone" asked me, "but where =is=that? Meaning where exactly did I have in mind... for such a place that lies between those two points, soul & stone, in my title. The facile answer might be a landscape of passions and emotions hung between heaven and earth. But I intended a little more. And if i could say it all in 160 words, I suppose I would [...]
 
Book: Bella...A French Life by Marilyn Z. Tomlins
An Evocative French Love Story Men leave, says Bella. There is Jean-Louis - French, a successful Paris lawyer and wealthy, elegant and a good-looker, but arrogant, selfish and scornful of 'losers'. And he is married and the father of two daughters. Colin - English, a writer, cultured, kind and protective - steps into Bella's life, but in his own words, "I always run. I always have to be [...]
 


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